Adrian Peterson probable for Sunday, fantasy value as high as ever

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Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson has been listed as probable for Sunday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson returned to a limited practice on Friday. The Vikes' premier back was listed on the team's injury report with an abdomen -- a new injury for the league's leading rusher.

Peterson is probable for Sunday's game and should be expected to suit up. In Week 15, the Vikings will take on the St. Louis Rams.

Fantasy Analysis: Adrian Peterson is a fantasy must-start week to week. His limitation in practice and presence on the injury report is nothing for fantasy owners to fret over.

Peterson will be a top fantasy option again in Week 15. He is on a record-setting pace, and fantasy owners that have prospered from his outstanding comeback are well aware by now. Continue to roll with No. 28 this Sunday versus the Rams.

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